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HP ZBook 17 G6 torture test temperatures normal or overheating?

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HP ZBook 17 G6
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Brand new HP ZBook 17 G6 out of the box,

Core i7 9850H

I torture test using prime 95, CPU at 3.7GHz for few seconds then downclocks to 3.0GHz when temperatures reach 90C

Is this normal behavior for HP ZBook laptops or is it something that should be fixed?

 

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Hi,

This is normal. If all the cores are stressed continously the temperatures will rise real fast and throttling will set in. This naturally is not a real-world situation where the core will continuously boost "up and down" and the temps will not rise that fast.

 

Regards,

David

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Hi,

This is normal. If all the cores are stressed continously the temperatures will rise real fast and throttling will set in. This naturally is not a real-world situation where the core will continuously boost "up and down" and the temps will not rise that fast.

 

Regards,

David

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